03 January, 2021
15 Min Read
Brexit Trade Deal
What are the main features of the agreement?
What are some new hurdles the U.K. will face?
How does the European Union plan to enforce a level playing field?
How serious could be the impact of the exclusion of services from the accord?
What does the future hold for relations between Britain and the EU?
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Brexit: Britain leaves Europe’s single market: click here
25 December, 2020
15 Min Read
BREXIT Trade Deal
Context: Brexit is a highly important topic in UPSC Mains Examination 2021. It is also important for UPSC Interview 2020.
What is the European Union?
Chronology of Events
What caused Brexit to happen?
What is the news?
What happens after Brexit day?
What is the Brexit deal?
Analysis of Brexit
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